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Just say it got fat sitting around & needs some exercise!
I need some advice.
I've offered to support the youth development band in the brass band I play in by playing on of of the absent instruments. The trouble is, how am I going to smuggle a Tuba into the house?
That's equivalent to a few hundred harps I'm guessing.
I suppose I could just say I put my trumpet in the wash and it expanded a bit
Try this one. I saw the one you saw and it was seven in a case
the one I'm talking about is about 20.
If the above doesn't take you to it, try:
Sorry for the mix up, I never saw the other one until just now.
This one is listed as Spokane $1.
Oh and I really like your playing by the way. Very groovy.
Ok, for some reason, the rest of the message got ignored - twice.
Here it is, again.
I assume when you say you have the music and words, what you mean is you know it in your head but want to put it down on paper, either for others, or to ensure you get the right version which you like. That's a big task.
You need to first list all the notes you are playing - I.e. Tab it up - then line them up with the words. Then do what tabs miss, such as set out the note lengths, the rests, the beat, the tempo (speed) and so on. All the things captured in normal music scores but lost in tabs.
Like I said, a lot of work. I do it for songs I'm learning - to a certain degree (I use short hand for note lengths at least) but not too often as it is a lot of work.
Way over my head now, lol.
Seriously though, I have words and music for the song "If Judy Wants to Travel" I just don't know how to get the music down on paper. That's what I meant when I said I needed a professional to assist me.
anybody got the score or tabs for midnight cowboy?
If it is the group of 7 in a case, I don't see any chromatics in them. I think it is just a group of different keys of diatonics.
Got that one in my souI been playing and listening to it so long, but thanks anyway Andy. Cut my harp teeth on Sonny Terry and Brownie NcGee
Yes Andy, I do jump around a lot, but it was played on a G harp in 2nd position, and I ended on #2 draw which it the D note, so I must have played it right according to your theory. What I really need is a theoretical musician to lay out the proper progression for me, and another instrument playing rhythm to keep me in place.
Thanks to all of you for the input.
Near final version, slowed right down (as per Eric33's suggestion).
Quite happy with it, missed a few notes in the high register but hey, I'm an amateur.
Thanks. As it says in the title, it's a concert ukulele. Much smaller than a guitar and only four strings.